How To Make Ginger Juice To For Itchy Scalp And Dandruff

How To Make Ginger Juice To For Itchy Scalp And Dandruff

Ginger is a great beauty ingredient. Ginger juice can be added to face and hair masks to fight skin and scalp infections, due to its anti-bacterial or anti-microbial abilities.

Saturday Post: How To Make Ginger Juice To Control Itchy Scalp And Dandruff

The active compound in ginger, gingerol has analgesic (pain-relieving), sedative (sleep-inducing), antipyretic (anti-fever) and antibacterial properties. This makes ginger a good remedy for a whole range of problems. Ginger is also good for fighting inflammation in the body, due to the presence of antioxidant zingerone in it. This is why ginger is able to boost immunity and enhance skin quality as well. That being said, ginger could also make for an excellent beauty ingredient too. Did you know that you can even fight scalp infections and dandruff using ginger?

 

Ginger juice can be added to face and hair masks to fight skin and scalp infections, due to its anti-bacterial or anti-microbial abilities. Ginger juice can restore health to your scalp and may even help in dealing with itchy scalp and dandruff. It has been an age-old remedy to fight dandruff if you are done with expensive hair products, you could maybe this natural remedy a try. Some people even use ginger juice to control hair fall, as dandruff is considered a leading cause of hair fall. Here’s how to use it to regain a healthy and happy skin on your scalp.

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Ginger Hair Mask For Dandruff And Itchy Scalp

Here’s how to make a ginger hair mask for dandruff and itchy scalp:

1. Take a fresh ginger root and slice it into pieces using a sharp knife or grate it.

2. Add sliced or grated ginger to some water and let it boil on a low flame. Slowly the colour of the water will start to change and after a few minutes, it will turn slightly muddy or translucent yellow.

3. Take the water off the flame and filter it out using a fine sieve.

4. Press the residual ginger collected over the sieve to drain out the maximum juice into the container.

5. Allow the water to cool down. You can either pour this juice into a tiny spray bottle and spray it onto your scalp directly or mix it with an oil carrier and then apply the oil to your scalp.

 

Allow the mask to sit on your scalp for half an hour and then rinse it off with a gentle anti-dandruff shampoo. You can treat your scalp to the ginger juice or ginger juice mixture about once a week, in order to deal with dandruff and itchy scalp

 

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Charis Ebiaghian

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